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Published Reviews

Beyond Those Distant Stars
Various reviews
This is a blend of old style space opera with galactic empires and the usual trappings, mixed with a heavy dose of military SF, and some interesting speculation...
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The Sense of Touch by Ron Parsons
SOUTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE reviews
The indispensable SOUTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE generously included a very kind review of "The Sense of Touch" in its newest issue: "Ron Parsons' characters, in his debut...
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Kent's Book Blog reviews
Christopher Meeks knows how to engage a reader and tell a story. His collection of short stories, The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea showcases Meeks'...
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BookTrib reviews
The two Christopher Meeks books that I have read to date are Love at Absolute Zero, which remains a personal favorite (in my top five of 2011), and his recent...
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Amazon.com reviews
I have read everything this author has written and am anxiously waiting for the next book! Cinnamon Girl Explains it All was a great read! Some mystery, some...
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Amazon.com reviews
You are not going to want to put this one down! As descriptive and rich in details as her other books; this mystery draws you in and keeps you guessing. The...
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This is How You Die
Benito Corral Reviews reviews
The collection opens with the heartbreakingly brilliant Old Age, Surrounded by Loved Ones by 'Nathan Burgoine.  Burgoine is now on my list of go-to writers...
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FOOL FOR LOVE
Hearts on Fire Reviews reviews
Heart, by Nathan Burgoine, nearly broke mine. It’s a bittersweet paranormal about one man’s inability to save a life.
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement reviews
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement - review of Birds of Paradise LostAugust 24, 2013 at 1:06pm PublicFriendsFriends except...
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Amazon reviews
***** Great characters, great mystery, August 17, 2013 By LLona Cunningham (Las Vegas, NV United States)Amazon Verified PurchasThis review is from: Capable of...
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Grady Harp reviews
FIVE STARS The concept of marrying science and passion as the topic for a novel is a challenging one at best. And that is exactly what Christopher Meeks has...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Southbridge (MA) News reviews
Civil War buffs abound and this book is a must for them. It will also be found interesting to people who are interested in character studies and to quite another...
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AMAZON reviews
Steven Travers has produced a certifiable masterpiece with this portrayal of those Amazin' '69 Mets; the team that inspired the imagination of fans everywhere by...
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THE DOWRY BRIDE
Romantic Times reviews
Bantwal tells an engaging story about Indian culture. The mother-in-law character is particularly well drawn.
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
OurHenHouse.com reviews
Continuing with our childlike theme, we will talk with children’s book author and animal advocate, Maya Gottfried, about her new book, Our Farm, which is a...
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Mystery News reviews
Phillip Marlowe and John Rebus have a new cousin ... who speaks Latin.
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Fierce
The National Post reviews
"(Holborn) expertly captures the mishmash of First Nations culture, warmed-over New Age flummery and fast-food franchise creep typical of communities on the last...
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Ice Song
Barnes & Noble Book Clubs reviews
"A deeply lyrical and sublimely haunting narrative powers this intriguing fusion of science fiction, fantasy and subtle social commentary ... I am a big fan of...
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blog reviews
From GoodReads: Jennie’s connection with her twin brother, Toby, grew stronger after he died in 1864. Now Jennie must rely on her ability to communicate with the...
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ONLY THE GOOD PARTS
Amazon.com reviews
The most amazing and saddest thing about this really fine novel is that apparently few people know about it. That is a real tragedy since ONLY THE GOOD PARTS has...
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